Yellowstone: Kevin Costner stars in trailer for drama
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Yellowstone is the critically acclaimed Western-style drama series on the Paramount Network starring Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes and Kelly Reilly. Season four is scheduled for release in June 2021 and fans want to know more about a potential fifth series. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
When will Yellowstone series 5 start?
At the moment, the fifth series of Yellowstone has not been officially confirmed by the Paramount Network.
Nevertheless, members of the cast and crew have openly discussed the future of the series and it looks like a fifth outing is on the cards.
The home of the Yellowstone ranch has also hinted the drama will return not only for a fourth series but also a fifth.
The series is filmed at the Chief Joseph Ranch in Montana, US and fans can visit the location’s website now at Cheifjosephranch.net.
When filming is not taking place, the idyllic ranch is open to the public and serves as a home to Shane Libel and his family.
Speaking to the NY Post, Yellowstone location manager Mark Jarrett revealed the plan for Yellowstone was to shoot a fourth and fifth season at the Chief Joseph Ranch in Montana.
He explained: “We locked in use of the house for five seasons.
“The price structure grows with that. The deal that we made for the property was a monthly hold with daily fees attached.
“There would be a daily fee for construction on the property. If we were filming there would be another fee.
“If it had been any other family, I don’t know if the deal would have happened, with Hollywood standing on your doorstep. I can’t say enough about the Libels.”
Eagle-eyed Yellowstone fans who are keen to know everything about the show’s home may have noticed the website for the Chief Joseph Ranch states the ranch is full for reservations in 2020 and 2021.
The website states: “In June 2020, Paramount announced that all filming for the Yellowstone series would take place in Montana beginning with Season four.
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“This increased local production has created shorter reservation allowances.
“Chief Joseph Ranch is now completely full with reservations in 2020 and 2021.”
The website then discloses the filming schedule is for 2022 is “not available at this time” and to “continue to visit our website for updates and scheduling information”.
With filming already underway for season four with expected airdate of summer 2021, the mention of a 2022 filming schedule suggests the series will return for season five.
Who will star in Yellowstone season 5?
Unfortunately, at the moment, very little is known about the cast and plot of season five of Yellowstone.
Creator Taylor Sheridan has not shied away from potentially killing off some fan-favourites along the way.
The fourth series will pick up from the dramatic cliffhanger ending of season three, where the Dutton family was under attack, with Beth Dutton’s (Reilly) life hanging in the balance.
If the entire main cast survives season four, fans can expect to see Oscar-winning actor Coster as Dutton patriarch John Dutton.
Also hopefully returning will be Grimes as Kayce Dutton, Reilly as Beth Dutton and Wes Bentley as Jamie Dutton.
Fingers crossed Cole Hauser will survive the fourth series and return as fan-favourite Rip Wheeler.
Also expected to return is Kelsey Asbille as Monica Long Dutton, Danny Huston as Dan Jenkins, Ian Bohen as Ryan and Gil Birmingham as Chief Thomas Rainwater.
Express.co.uk will update this article when more information is available.
Yellowstone season 4 is coming to Paramount Network in June 2021
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